Saturday, June 30, 2016
Von Braun Center North Hall Parking Lot Gates open at 5pm Live Music and Food Trucks
Rev it up! with Toyota Motor Manufacturing Alabama to celebrate 15 YEARS in Huntsville!
Celebrating 15 Years in Huntsville
Music Schedule
Country music recording stars Thompson Square at 8:15-9:45pm
Thompson Square
With rising country star CJ Solar - 7-7:45pm
and opening act Madison Station - 6-6:30pm
Frequently Asked Questions

Is the concert free?


Will there be seating at the concert?

No. But, you can bring your own chairs.

Is there designated parking for the concert?

No. Downtown parking lots and garages will be available at the regular fees.

Where is the concert?

The concert is outdoors at the Von Braun Center North Hall Parking Lot.
Download the venue map for full details.

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What can I bring?

You may bring the following items:

  • Strollers
  • Chairs

What can I not bring?

The following items are not permitted inside the concert venue:

  • Coolers
  • Outside food or beverages
  • Detachable lens photo or video cameras
  • Pets
  • Weapons of any kind

What if it rains?

In the event of rain, the concert will be held in the VBC South Hall.

Food and Beverage

Food Trucks

  • Tropical Sno Huntsville
  • Regale Cupcakery
  • Pearl Asian Cuisine
  • Piled High Grill
  • I Love Bacon
  • Back Alley Bistro
  • Piper and Leaf
  • Washington Square Catering

Other Food & Beverages

  • The VBC also will have food and beverages for purchase at the concert venue.

Community Power – Donate!

Jam to great music and help your neighbors at the same time. Monetary donations can be made onsite to the Food Bank of North Alabama and Free2Teach.

Food Bank of North Alabama

Food Bank of North Alabama

Our mission is to feed the hungry today and create solutions that will end hunger tomorrow. We accomplish this mission by supplying 8 million pounds of food a year to a network of 245 food pantries, homeless shelters and children's programs in 11 counties of North Alabama. Together, we feed over 80,000 people at risk of hunger a year. We also address hunger's root causes through entrepreneurial initiatives that support local family farmers and increase residents' access to healthy foods.

Visit Food Bank of North Alabama

Free 2 Teach

Free 2 Teach provides free resources to teachers in Madison County's three public school systems. These resources are available to more than 3,800 full-time classroom teachers and their 52,000 students, improving the educational experience of our children, and strengthening our community's future workforce.

Visit Free 2 Teach